Man and his dog quotes:

  • A man and his dog goes so well with home and castle. -- Ian Niall
  • A man and his dog is a sacred relationship. What nature hath put together let no woman put asunder. -- A. R. Gurney
  • In a world where every man and his dog is a designer, Alexander McQueen was the real deal. His talent was supersonic. -- Philip Treacy
  • I read the Odyssey because it was the story of a man who returned home after being absent for more than twenty years and was recognized only by his dog. -- Guillermo Cabrera Infante
  • No man should live where he can hear his neighbor's dog bark. -- Nathaniel Macon
  • A man's soul can be judged by the way he treats his dog. -- Charles Doran
  • Who hath a Wolfe for his mate, needes a Dog for his man. -- George Herbert
  • When a man's best friend is his dog, that dog has a problem. -- Edward Abbey
  • Man tries to swallow meaning whole as a dog would eat his dinner. -- Walt Kelly
  • To his dog, every man is Napoleon; hence the constant popularity of dogs. -- Aldous Huxley
  • The dog is a gentleman; I hope to go to his heaven not man's. -- Mark Twain
  • You know, the man's best friend is his dog... if he's got nothing else. -- Johnny Cash
  • Nothing but love has made the dog lose his wild freedom, to become the servant of man. -- D. H. Lawrence
  • This man used to go to school with his dog. Then they were separated. His dog graduated! -- Henny Youngman
  • Does not the gratitude of the dog put to shame any man who is ungrateful to his benefactors? -- Saint Basil
  • A dog is much like a married man, obeying his master's voice for the sake of his master's touch. -- Robert Breault
  • Werewolves? Oh please, just plain stupid. Who wants to get it on with a man ruled by his inner dog? -- Karen Marie Moning
  • No man can hope to be elected in his state without being photographed eating a hot dog at Nathan's Famous. -- Nelson Rockefeller
  • The idiot had shot their own dog. That's what happened when the destructive potential of a man's weapons exceeded his intelligence. -- Ilona Andrews
  • I once knew a man out of courtesy help a lame dog over a stile, and he for requital bit his fingers. -- William Chillingworth
  • When a man's dog turns against hime, it is time for his wife to pack her trunk and go home to mamma. -- Mark Twain
  • The most valuable lesson man has learned from his dog is to kick a few blades of grass over it and move on. -- Robert Breault
  • Well I just figure any man who risks his neck to save a dog's life isn't going to kill someone for gold teeth. -- Alvin Adams
  • No man is the boss of his own house, but he can make up for it, he thinks, by making a dog play dead. -- W. C. Fields
  • The dog has seldom been successful in pulling man up to its level of sagacity, but man has frequently dragged the dog down to his. -- James Thurber
  • I would like to be able to admire a man's opinions as I would his dog - without being expected to take it home with me. -- Frank A. Clark
  • When a man marries he takes a bigger risk than the woman, because she can march out with his kids, his money, his home, and his dog. -- Laura Schlessinger
  • A man has his distinctive personal scent which his wife, his children and his dog can recognize. A crowd has a generalized stink. The public is odorless. -- W. H. Auden
  • A man may smile and bid you hail Yet wish you to the devil; But when a good dog wags his tail, You know he's on the level. -- Jerry Smith
  • Always remember, a cat looks down on man, a dog looks up to man, but a pig will look man right in the eye and see his equal. -- Winston Churchill